A tea stall in Kolkata serves special chai worth ₹1000 per cup

If you are a chai lover and done with your usual chai then you should try something new and interesting, but how much will you pay for one cup of a nice tea?

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If you are a chai lover and done with your usual chai then you should try something new and interesting, but how much will you pay for one cup of a nice tea?

Well if you will go to a café then definitely the different flavours and types of teas will cost you a little higher than the regular chai shop...

but if you go to a roadside small tea stall or in other words tapri will you pay 1000 rupees for a chai?

While it is difficult to believe that a small tea stall in Kolkata called Nirjash serves a cup of chai at 1000/- but when you will come to know that the tea price of this 1000 Rs per cup is Rs 3 lakh per KG then you won't mind paying 1000 rs for a cup.


But, to experience the expensive chai you have to come to Kolkata's Mukundapur area.

The chai stall is known as Nirjash where you can try different varieties of chai ranging from Rs 12 to Rs 1,000 for a cup, though the tea stall owned by Partha Pratim Ganguly is not like any fancy café or a restaurant but you will be surprised to see the huge variety of tea at this place.

Reportedly this small tea stall Nirjash serves around 100 varieties of tea.

The cup of tea that is priced at Rs 1,000 is the Bo-Lay tea and costs Rs 3 lakh per kg.

Other varieties of tea include flavours like Silver Needle White Tea, Lavender Tea, Hibiscus Tea, Wine Tea, Tulsi Ginger Tea, Blue Tisane Tea, Teesta Valley Tea, Makaibari Tea, Roobios Tea, and Okayti Tea.

The owner of this tea stall Partha Pratim Ganguly was doing a full-time job but 7  years ago he decided to quit his job to start his own business of a regular tea stall with a twist.

in 2014 Partha launched the chai shop and now he is not only good at selling tea, but is also knowledgeable about the properties of each tea variant and we must say Partha is a living example of people who make their dreams come true.

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